The Normand hotel and its rooms at the economic rates is an ideal address from which to visit Etretat. Discover the coastal path, its vertiginous cliffs sculpted by the erosion that inspired painters and writers. Its carved coast bathed in light and mystery will plunge you into the heart of Impressionist painting and the adventures of Arsène Lupin. You can visit the Clos Lupin or have a round of golf at the Etretat course with its impressive view over the valleuse.
Tourism in Fécamp
Close to Yport, Fécamp, a busy fishing port, a former home port of Newfoundland and herring fishing, its cobbled quays are set out for walks set to music by the gulls and seabirds that will lead you along the pebble beach and the promenade. In the heart of the town, do not miss visiting the Benedictine Palace and its museum devoted to the well-kept secret of the manufacture of the famous liqueur. The museum regularly hosts temporary exhibitions of contemporary art by international artists.
Tourism in Yport
In Yport, between Etretat and Fécamp, nature is generous. Take the GR21 which will lead you from vertiginous verges to wild river banks, to the discovery of a fauna and a diverse flora in the Caux foothills where the Normandy cows graze. The more sporty can try an acrobranch course at the Loges or ride their bikes on marked roads. As for fans of farniente, a few steps will take them from the Hotel Normand to the beach.